In this surprisingly funny sequel, Jim and his friends return for another sexual romp. Jim's old girlfriend, Nadia is returning from New York to visit him, and Jim needs to prepare. The gang decies to go to a beach house, and many funny things occur. Stifler falls for some lesbians, some walkie-talkies get some inapropriate material, and Jim accidently super-glues himself to himself. Jim also meets his old lover, Michelle, who gives her critique on his love. Like the first film, Eugene Levy delivers the most laughs as Jim's father as does Stifler's many shinanegans.
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The review of this Movie prepared by Estefan Ellison
This is a hilarious comedy about five guys who rent a beach house for the summer, while looking for love, girls, and a great time.
The review of this Movie prepared by Jack Bauer
In American Pie 2 we find our friends(Jim,Kevin,Oz,Finch, and yes Stifler)back from their first year of colleage.Looking for a fun summer they rent a house by the lake to party every day with the females.The story does a 180 when Nadia(internet girl)calls Jim saying that she is coming over at the end of summer.Because of that Jim goes to advice to his first lover, michelle(band camp girl), this reunion sparks a romance wich is the highlight of the movie.In the movie Oz is a minor character, Kevin is trying to deal with his break up with vicky, and finch is obssesed with Stiflers mom,and Jim's dad is back.All in all the movie is superior to the first pie.
The review of this Movie prepared by willie muniz
American Pie 2 is a gag oriented movie which is the first of many films that have fallen behind on the gross-out meter that Freddy Got Fingered lit up. AP2 follows the exploits of everyman Jim and his friends living out their college vacation in a beach cabin. The boys experience all sorts of troubles in their romantic lives, many with hilarious results. The film is however seems incredibly similar to John Hughes rite de passage films. This lacks much of the shock value for comedies of late, but it does have a side plot to it. I find this film to be much greater than the first film.
The review of this Movie prepared by Dan MacRae